Executing a Vision in Voiceover
Executing a Vision in Voiceover By Dan Friedman Last Friday I found out that I won Edge Studios Weekly Script Recording Contest. How awesome is that? While I’m really excited about winning and I certainly had no expectation that I would, I’m also not surprised that my entry was successful. I had a clear “vision” […]
What Else Do You Want From Your Voiceover Talent?
What Else Do You Want From Your Voiceover Talent? By Dan Friedman This blog post is for everyone who uses voiceover talent in their productions. A voice talent’s job is to communicate the message of your script. But what else should you expect from the talent you choose? How do you prefer that the talent […]
Voiceover Processors – Hardware vs Software Revisited
Voiceover Processors – Hardware vs Software Revisited By Dan Friedman There is a lot of talk about mic modelers in social media today. A while back, I was asked the question in regards to voiceovers, which processors (i.e.- compressors, EQ, etc.) are better: hardware or software? Well my answer to that question, also applies to […]
The Most Difficult Part To Being in Voiceover
The Most Difficult Part To Being in Voiceover By Dan Friedman So what is the most difficult part to being in voiceover? No, it is not dealing with clients. (I love my clients, even the more challenging ones). The technical stuff can be difficult for some, but for others it can be a breeze. I […]